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1 million to expand its production capacity from 300 metric tons per year of lithium iron phosphate to 900 metric tons per year.
With the addition of the palm oil refinery, the facility will have a capacity of over one million metric tons per year of rapeseed, soy and palm oils making it Europe's largest vegetable oil refinery capable of simultaneously refining these oils.
That report said that under the revised draft, downstream users of chemicals will not be required to register their products at all, and importers will have to register their articles only if a chemical is both classified as dangerous and intended to be released in the product; that the transparency of the registry database has been obscured by a provision of automatic anonymity for the registering company; that polymers are almost entirely exempt; and that below a production level of 10 metric tons per year, no chemical safety reports will be required.
CVRD is also the major shareholder of Mineracao Rio do Norte, which will have a bauxite production capacity of 16 million metric tons per year by the end of 2002, among the world's biggest.
The site, to be located in the Bataan province, 56 km northwest of Manila, will have capacity for 180,000 metric tons per year of polypropylene and 170,000 metric tons per year of polyethylene.
The conversion will increase our capacity for other Dow magnesium sizes and shapes while maintaining total capacity at approximately 90,000 metric tons per year.
By 2012, the partnership will cut carbon dioxide emissions by 33 to 66 million metric tons per year, and nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 200,000 tons per year.
Currently, natural rubber production is 100,000 metric tons per year.
The mill produces approximately 200,000 metric tons per year of coated white-board.
Although current capacity for such biologic treatment is less than 400,000 metric tons per year, officials expect this number to more than double by the year 2010, and the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency has requested government funding for more biologic waste treatment facilities.
In total Duferco handles over 15 million metric tons per year of steel products.